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  • Author:agent Kath Walker
Issue Details: First known date: 1972... 1972 Kill to Eat
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    y separately published work icon Stradbroke Dreamtime Kath Walker , Sydney : Angus and Robertson , 1972 Z821258 1972 selected work life story prose short story children's dreaming story Indigenous story Stradbroke Dreamtime 'presents two aspects of Oodgeroo's life. Part one, 'Stories from Stradbroke', describes episodes from Oodgeroo's childhood in Australian society and an impression of her family's Aboriginal heritage. Part two, 'Stories from the Old and New Dreamtime', is made up of traditional Aboriginal lore which Oodgeroo heard as a child.' Publisher's blurb Sydney : Angus and Robertson , 1972 pg. 15-19
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    y separately published work icon Twelve Australian Yarns : A Workshop for Readers and Writers H. J. Chatfield (editor), H. J. Williamson (editor), Melbourne : Longman Cheshire , 1985 Z1742687 1985 anthology short story 'A talking turtle, an Australian Santa Claus, a tragic drowning, two venturesome schoolboys and a deserted hut are some of the unusual subjects of this entertaining collection of yarns. Twelve Australian Yarns, with its workshop format, focuses on spoken language and provides students with some exciting opportunities to practise their oral language skills.' (Source: Publisher's blurb) Melbourne : Longman Cheshire , 1985 pg. 57-60
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